LaingBuisson has published the 34th edition of its authoritative UK Healthcare Market Review.

The Review, which is sponsored by Avison Young, offers a comprehensive overview of the latest data available on the key sectors of the UK independent healthcare and social care sectors. Written and edited in winter 2022, it offers a reflection on how the independent healthcare and social care sectors have emerged from the Covid-19 crisis.

As the chosen provider of independent healthcare market data to the UK Government’s Office for National Statistics, LaingBuisson contributes market data that is in turn submitted to the OECD, WHO and Eurostat and combined with their international datasets to benchmark UK spending against other nations.

The much-respected Review also provides a snapshot of the state of all segments making up the UK’s healthcare and social care market, and covers:

  • Private Acute Medical Care
  • Health Cover
  • Care Homes for Older People
  • Adult Specialist Care
  • Homecare and Supported Living
  • Mental Health Hospitals
  • Children’s Residential Care
  • Foster Care
  • Special Education
  • Dentistry
  • Primary Care
  • Community Health Services
  • Occupational Health
  • Healthcare Workforce and Recruitment

The information included in UK Healthcare Market Review includes current market value and capacity, recent trends, market concentration, leading players, funding sources, and key issues for the future. The report provides a clear and concise overview of the role of private payers and independent sector providers, alongside the public sector, in the funding and delivery of UK health and care services.

William Laing, Executive Chairman of LaingBuisson, said:

“We are proud to launch the 34th edition of our UK Healthcare Market Review and that in the three decades that this report has been available, it has established itself as a ‘go-to’ document to inform providers, advisers and decision-makers in the UK healthcare market. It, furthermore, offers insight into the far wider work of LaingBuisson, the richness of the data we gather, and the depth of the research reflected in the individual market reports, which in turn inform the UK Healthcare Market Review and also the data that we supply to the Office for National Statistics. The Review also looks at the level of private equity interest in the market and is a valuable oversight document for anyone interested in UK health and social care.”